As outrage over the Volkswagen emissions-cheating scandal fades, the refurbished diesel vehicles are trickling back into the marketplace, and bargain hunters may want to snap them up. In 2015, Volkswagen was forced to either buy back or fix some 590,000 diesels after it was discovered they had been rigged to pass emissions tests. The diesels, made by Volkswagen, Porsche and Audi between model years 2009 and 2016, have been repaired to truly meet emissions standards and are now being sold, most
German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged Volkswagen's current chief executive and chairman as well as its former CEO with market manipulation in connection with the diesel emissions scandal that erupted in 2015. CEO Herbert Diess, Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch, and former chief Martin Winterkorn are accused of deliberately informing markets too late about the huge costs to the company that would result from the scandal, prosecutors in the city of Braunschweig said. The charges, which V
And shows a new logo, too.
Latest in a volley of fines over VW Group's Dieselgate scandal.
It also offers new membership plans and discounted pricing.
Scandal costs 30 billion and counting, as automaker continues EV push.
He and four others could face prison, forfeit millions of dollars.
Cheating software was 'programmed so foolishly,' one says.
VW, which settled with the feds and paid fines, says 'the SEC is now piling on.'
About 61 vehicles disappeared from the lot in 2017.
Diesel scandal has so far cost more than $25b in the U.S. alone.
Audi's former CEO, meanwhile, remains in jail.
And what's this we hear about an unnamed Chinese gang?